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I just got in from my garden, where I thinned out my carrots, and I am so thrilled with the soil here, I feel like I'm about to pop!

Understand that this year, we moved in the middle of June, and I didn't have the opportunity to put in much of a garden. I did, however, get a small area planted with beets, carrots, peppers, tomatoes, and beans.

The thinnings alone produced about six pounds worth of baby carrots -- all about 3" long!

I can't wait to see what kind of "mature" carrots I get! :)
 

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that is great! We thinned ours out awhile back and got about 2 very large freezer bags full of baby carrots. I love them, because they are the perfect size for cooking without needing to cut anything. Congrats on your mini-harvest!
 
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